For centuries the Danube’s surface extended because of the silt brought by the river, forming a network of canals, lakes reed covered islands, pastures and sand dunes with a surface almost 5640 square km.
This incredible water world has over three hundred species of birds and countless species of fish, from carp and bass to sturgeons. The flora contains around 1150 species of plants like lianas and oaks and even white and yellow water lilies.
No wonder UNESCO called the Danube Delta a “Reservation of the Biosphere”.
For five thousand years, a small community lived in harmony with the amazing ecosystem of the Delta, gaining their existence with fishing and animal husbandry.
The villages, where the only access paths are “liquid”, seem untouched by the passing of time.
As a visitor, you can explore by boat this amazing refuge, a refuge of amazing calm and grandeur, making you believe you are in a TV show.